Application Advice related to COVID-19
Please see UCLA Application Advice related to COVID-19 for application advice and changes in regard to COVID-19.
Choosing a university is no small feat. It's important to make sure that the schools you apply to have the programs and resources that meet your personal and academic needs. It's also important to understand what the schools expect from you.
We believe UCLA offers some of the best academic and student-services programs around; our undergraduates are some of the most accomplished and motivated students anywhere. Find out for yourself. Use the links below to learn more about what it takes to be a Bruin.
- Applicants from California
- Applicants from other U.S. states
- International applicants
- Undocumented students
- First-generation students
- Applicants with Disabilities
- 8-10th graders
What you need to know about UCLA and how to apply
- Why UCLA
- How to apply
- Majors and minors we offer
- Tuition/fees/student budget
- How UCLA selects its freshman class
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Meet your UCLA Admission Representative
Our website is a great source for information and we have compiled the most popular questions. Please review the FAQ to get most questions answered immediately. If you cannot find the answer to your question, our admission representatives are available to help you.
Events for Prospective students
- About UCLA
- UCLA Campus Profile
- Admission, enrollment, and graduation statistics
- UCLA in the Rankings
UCLA consistently ranks among the top universities in the world.
- Campus safety/crime statistics
- Undergraduate Admission publications
- UCLA General Catalog
- About transfer credit
- Credit for Advanced Placement (AP) exams
- Credit for International Baccalaureate (IB) exams
- Residence for Tuition Purposes at UCLA
Note: The financial independence requirement makes it extremely difficult for most undergraduate students whose parents are not California residents to qualify for classification as a resident at the University of California. This includes students from community colleges and other post-secondary institutions within California.
Transfer students who were classified as residents of California at their previous school should not assume that they will be classified as residents at UCLA.
- Obtaining College Board school codes
To obtain the College Board code for any high schools and colleges you have attended or will attend before enrolling at the UCLA, use the online code search, provided by the College Board.